Katie Price’s son Harvey delivered such a powerful high-five that it left the star stunned.
The 19-year-old left her mother screaming on the new latest YouTube video, Will the star tell her: “You hurt me.”
The former glamor model was visiting Harvey at her college in Cheltenham in the video and decided to film her baking the teen’s favorite carrot cake.
Showing the finished article, Katie asked her eldest son: “So Harv, high-five to make the cake!” Before winning: “Ow, why do you work so hard?”
“Sorry,” said Harvey immediately before giving Katie a more gentle high-five.
Katie replied: “It’s better. You hurt me.”
Katie shared son’s photo last month Harvey hangs up his laundry When he learns to be independent in college.
43 years old Sharing the lovely picture on Instagram, wrote: “Harvey is learning his independent skills.”
Katie’s fans rushed to comment on the moment, with one saying: “Excellent Harvey, so proud of you.”
Another said: “Great job!” And a third added: “Beautiful Harvey, great, well done.”
Katie recently confirmed that Harvey would be in college for the next six years, and opened up about what the future holds for her eldest son.
She said: “I hope that like any mother with a child with a serious, complex disability, Harvey will be able to lead a full and independent life.
“But I know Harvey best and I know he will always need his mother. I will always encourage him to be independent and continue his journey in an environment that I think will thrive.
“What happens next for Harvey is a decision and my family will need to discuss at times, but for now I’m glad he’s enjoying his time at National Star College.”
Harvey’s father is former footballer Dwight Yorke, but Katie raises him single-handedly with his other children Junior, 16, Princess, 13, Jett, seven and Bunny, six.
Writing in her new book Harvey & Me, the former glamor model admitted that eventually Helping him has made him feel free,
She added: “Now that he’s there, I can imagine it could be so easy to say, ‘I don’t need to see him’. But I don’t want that to ever happen.
“I’ve been responsible for that all my life, and it feels strange to have that freedom now.”
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